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DESIRED WIDTH
BIOLOGIC WIDTH
LINE WIDTH
MINIMUM WIDTH
ENTIRE WIDTH
GREATEST WIDTH
AMPLITUDE
PULSE WIDTH
AVERAGE WIDTH
FOOT
MUZZLE
SQUARE
UNDERLAYMENT
REACHING
STRIPS
STRIPES
EXACTLY
WIDE
GREATER
VARNA
EAST
STRETCHING
BASELINE
SHINGLE
SHINGLES
SIDES
ARMS
WEST
KILOMETRES
LENS
VIEW
ENSIGN
NATIONAL FLAG
GAUGE
INCH
VOLUME
MEASUREMENT
VARIATION
SHAPE
WAVELENGTH
PROPORTION
PROPORTIONAL
RADIUS
OBJECTIVE LENS
ONE-THIRD
TWO-THIRDS
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Definitions

  1. Its width is in direct relation with that of the ribcage and reaches the 40-45% of the height at the withers. (Web site)
  2. The width is just one inch less than a Lancair Columbia or Cirrus SR22 cabin. (Web site)
  3. The width is small, even smaller than the limit of resolution of many small scopes. (Web site)
  4. Its width is comparable to the Stonehenge Avenue although it is much shorter.
  5. The width is not perturbatively calculable, it decays to hadrons by strong interactions, and so on.

Desired Width

  1. The number of lanes is dependent upon the width of the respective sheet of roofing material and the desired width of the resulting shingles.
  2. To calculate the dimensions, take as a basis the desired width [of the hoist] and divide it into 14 (fourteen) equal parts. (Web site)

Biologic Width

  1. Later on, on the mesial aspect, the bone continues to resorb in order to accommodate biologic width. (Web site)

Line Width

  1. These are the most calligraphic of the sans-serif typefaces, with some variation in line width and more readability than other sans-serif fonts. (Web site)
  2. Intensity against alpha energy for four isotopes, note that the line width is narrow and the fine details can be seen.
  3. Intensity against alpha energy for four isotopes, note that the line width is wide and some of the fine details can not be seen.

Minimum Width

  1. Without yet applying the affects of diffraction, the maximum and minimum width that we see can be determined based on trigonometry. (Web site)
  2. With a minimum width of 16 meters, the track allows ample opportunities for overtaking, ensuring a suspenseful and thrilling race.

Entire Width

  1. The Greeks probably deployed in a phalanx, a wall of overlapping shields and layered spearpoints, spanning the entire width of the pass.
  2. Preferably said anode, said cathode and said electrodes span the entire width of said gel tank.

Greatest Width

  1. Semimajor axis -- a property of an ellipse, equal to half its greatest width, as measured along the line connecting its two foci. (Web site)
  2. The greatest width of this atoll is nine miles and a half.
  3. Tobago has an area of about 300 km 2 (120 sq mi), or 5.8% of the country's area, is 41 km (25 mi) long and 12 km (7.5 mi) at its greatest width. (Web site)

Amplitude

  1. In pulse modulation the carrier wave is a series of pulses that are all of the same amplitude and width and are all equally spaced.

Pulse Width

  1. The external transmitters help in adjusting the amplitude, pulse width and rate of stimulation.
  2. In order to calculate the pulse width, the ECU first looks up the base pulse width in a lookup table. (Web site)

Average Width

  1. Bute Inlet is 75 km (47 miles) long, with an average width of 3.7 km (2.3 miles) and a maximum depth of 650 metres (2,130 feet).
  2. The adjacent beaches are of a total length of about 1km and average width of 16 metres. (Web site)
  3. Approaching the Dutch border, the Rhine now has an average discharge of 2,290 cubic metres per second and an average width of more than 1,000 feet.

Foot

  1. Most lines were constructed as either broad gauge (7 foot) or narrow (the modern 4'8" width).
  2. Yacht club and signal flags should be the same size as the courtesy flags, ½” of fly (width) for each foot of mast above the waterline.

Muzzle

  1. A level mouth is permissible, providing there is sufficient width and depth of chin to preserve the blunt appearance of the muzzle.

Square

  1. Due to the parallels of the muzzle sides and to the fullness and the width of the whole jaw, the anterior face of the muzzle is flat and square. (Web site)
  2. Lastly, square shaped faces have a jawline, cheekbone and forehead almost equal in width.
  3. The muzzle is of medium width, tapering gradually to the nose, with the tip neither pointed nor square.

Underlayment

  1. If installed over the underlayment, there shall be a minimum 4 inches (51 mm) width of roof cement installed over the drip edge flange.

Reaching

  1. It is 14.5 km long and reaching 6 km in width and is located in the Danube, off the Bulgarian coast near the town of Belene.
  2. It extends from Iceland in the north to approximately 58° south latitude, reaching a maximum width of about 1,600 km (1,000 miles). (Web site)

Strips

  1. Edge Stripping: application of felt strips cut to narrower widths than the normal felt roll width to cover a joint between flashing and built-up roofing.
  2. Edge Sheets: felt strips that are cut to widths narrower that the standard width of the full felt roll.

Stripes

  1. In the photograph of the boat, the flag has been simplified by omitting the badge and making all the stripes the same width. (Web site)

Exactly

  1. The width of the stairs is the spacing between adjacent data; the height of the stairs depends on how many data have exactly the same value. (Web site)
  2. You can compare multiple grey mary janes styles and find exactly your size and width.
  3. You will receive a tallit, whose quantity of stripes and the width of the stripes, might not be exactly as the one seen in the photo.

Wide

  1. Exporters and wholesale suppliers of jacquard, narrow and wide width, rigid and elastic lace fabrics and tules for apparel and curtain applications. (Web site)
  2. The plates which number 250 - 410 are short and wide, with a maximum length (excluding bristles) of 50cm (20in) and a width of about 19cm (7.5in).
  3. The space between the arms should be just wide enough for the width of the telescope tube. (Web site)

Greater

  1. The offsets can be greater than the width or height of the underlying cell. (Web site)
  2. Long bones are characterized by a shaft, the diaphysis, that is much greater in length than width. (Web site)
  3. Figure 2. Spring MVC example account detail screen XML error: The image is not displayed because the width is greater than the maximum of 580 pixels.

Varna

  1. Varna is over 11 km long, while its width, including newly erected residential quarters, is nearly 9km.

East

  1. Its greatest length, from Malin Head in the north to Mizen Head in the south, is 486 km and its greatest width from east to west is approximately 275 km. (Web site)

Stretching

  1. Gabrovo is also known as the longest town in Bulgaria, stretching over 25 km along the Yantra, yet reaching only 1 km in width at places.
  2. This beautiful secluded island has rich vegetation, stretching to a length of 1.2 miles with a width of 900 ft.
  3. Local sandy beach (stretching for 1 km with average width of 16 meters). (Web site)

Baseline

  1. The lines that delineate the width of the court are called the baseline (farthest back) and the service line (middle of the court).
  2. As show in Figure 7, there is a statistical difference in the measurement of the plasma layer width between control and Hct augmented to 20% of baseline.

Shingle

  1. The laminated roofing shingles of the present invention may have an exposure width of at least about 60% of the width of the shingle.

Shingles

  1. For any of the shingles, the width of the shingle is at least about 20% of the shingle's length.
  2. The width of the strip of tar is different depending on pitch.(for me) Then we put our shingles even with the metal edge.
  3. Cut the shingles to a width of 7 inches and nail them in place. (Web site)

Sides

  1. The sides of the square are almost 15 degrees across, about the width of a clentched fist, but it contains few stars visibe to the naked eye. (Web site)
  2. Xuanwumen's gate tower is five rooms in length on the faces (32,6 metres), three rooms in width on the sides (23 metres), two floors high (33 metres).
  3. For doubles the addition of alleys 4.5 ft (1.4 m) wide along the two longer sides increases the width to 36 ft (11 m).

Arms

  1. The legally established flag of Montenegro is red with a golden broder and the state coat of arms in the middle in ratio of the length to width 2:1. (Web site)
  2. Its proportions are 5: 4 and the width of the arms of the cross is one twelfth the length of the flag. (Web site)
  3. The width of the arms of the St George varied considerably, so no significance need be attached to their size. (Web site)

West

  1. This lake, which has a length of 5 km and a maximum which width of 1.7 km, lies to the west of Marivan.
  2. The islands is 15.600 sq.km in size and stretches over 280 km from west to east; the width varies between 15 to 90 km.
  3. Ross and Cromarty, an historic region, northern Scotland, spanning the width of the country from the North Sea on the east to the Atlantic Ocean on the west. (Web site)

Kilometres

  1. West of Santo Domingo its width is reduced to 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) as it hugs the coast, finishing at the mouth of the Ocoa River. (Web site)
  2. The main body of the Mannum Granite is about 0.8 kilometres in length and has a maximum width of 0.2 kilometres.

Lens

  1. Magnification -- width of the image formed by the lens divided by the width of the area of the sample imaged. (Web site)

View

  1. The main problem with his telescopes was their very narrow field of view, typically about half the width of the Moon. (Web site)

Ensign

  1. Before that date it had been the Ensign, and the Jack had been a Union Jack with a blue border one fifth the width of the flag. (Web site)
  2. The ratio of the width to the length of ensign shall be one to two.

National Flag

  1. The overall design of the ensign is a modification of the national flag, with the ratio of the width to the length extended to 1:2.
  2. The National Flag of the Republic of Maldives is rectangular in form, its width being two-thirds of its length. (Web site)
  3. The national flag should be sized 1” of fly (width) for each foot of boat length, ie.

Gauge

  1. Gauge: The width between the inner faces of the rails.
  2. A disadvantage of measuring from the centre of the rail is that the width of the rail varies, affecting the gauge.
  3. Kitchener, however, insisted on a gauge of 3 feet 6 inches, the same track width that Cecil Rhodes was then laying between Kimberly and Bulawayo. (Web site)

Inch

  1. On average, the spinal cord measures about 18 inches (45 centimeters) in length and about 0.5 inch (14 centimeters) in width.
  2. Corrie Buidhe, in quartz veins in granite, formerly; in six-sided crystals over one inch in thickness by nearly four inches in width (Plate I.). Loch Etive. (Web site)
  3. Cut in strips from six to ten inches wide and cut the strips into straws or sticks a quarter of an inch in width. (Web site)

Volume

  1. The volume of a pyramid is height by width by depth divided by 3.
  2. This step will maintain the width or volume of bone you will need for implant placement.

Measurement

  1. In Table A and Table B, "width of flag" means the measurement of the hoist edge of the flag. (Web site)
  2. Thickness of cortex, width of gyri, and depth of sulci were assessed subjectively and by measurement.
  3. The measurement of CNPAS by means of 3D-CT may provide useful data for evaluation of the width in different parts of nasal pyriform aperture.

Variation

  1. Note that the width of the confidence interval depends on the sample size and on the variation of data values. (Web site)
  2. In two of these fabrics, dark and medium indigo color create a variation in the width of stripes. (Web site)
  3. Teliospores were unique in that length and width were negatively correlated, resulting in less variation in area than in length or width.

Shape

  1. Aswan Dam consists of dikes, which has the shape of a pyramid, reaching 3.6 kilometers in length, the width of the base is 980 has a height is 111 m.
  2. For an arbitrary shape, eccentricity is the ratio of the length L and width W of minimal bounding rectangle of the shape at some set of orientations.

Wavelength

  1. The width of this beam is determined by wavelength of radiation being observed and diameter of the aperture.
  2. For a source, the width of wavelengths contained in the output at one half of the wavelength of peak power. (Web site)

Proportion

  1. The proportion between the length and the width of the flag is 2:3. (Web site)

Proportional

  1. The duration of this operation, called the pulse width, is proportional to the amount of fuel desired. (Web site)
  2. Thus, the width at any given height is proportional to the percent of observations that are more extreme in that direction.
  3. Chromatic aberration is proportional to the energy width as expressed in. (Web site)

Radius

  1. The margin of error is usually defined as the "radius" (or half the width) of a confidence interval for a particular statistic from a survey. (Web site)
  2. The following object declaration is for a torus having major radius 6.3 minor radius 3.5 (Making the maximum width just under 10). (Web site)

Objective Lens

  1. Here α is the collecting angle of the lens, which depends on the width of objective lens and its focal distance from the specimen.
  2. Here α is the collecting angle of the lens, which depends on the width of objective lens and its distance from the specimen.
  3. The angle of view can be calculated on the basis of the focal length of the objective lens and the width of the film plane (figure 3). (Web site)

One-Third

  1. The arms of the cross are one-third the width of the flag. (Web site)
  2. General description: Halibut are more elongated than most flatfishes, the width being about one-third the length.
  3. The most common representations of the Ionic Order include columns with 24 flutes separated by fillets that are about one-third their width. (Web site)

Two-Thirds

  1. Royal Harwich Yacht Club A Blue Ensign, a yellow climbing lion in the lower-fly, one-third of the width and two-thirds of the height. (Web site)
  2. The width of the green rectangle is half of the width of the flag while its length is two-thirds of the length of the flag. (Web site)
  3. The width of the Lebowa flag shall be equal to two-thirds of its length". (Web site)

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